Jayhawk Blueprint Courses & Transferability


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Courses Offered

Jayhawk Blueprint offers a variety of introductory college-level courses. These courses were selected because they offer an introduction to college-level learning in addition to their transferability across all Kansas public institutions. Each course has been approved as a Kansas Systemwide Transfer course, which means each will seamlessly transfer to other public 2-year and 4-year institutions of higher education across the state. (Note: All courses are subject to availability based on student interest and certified instructors.)

 
Course NameCredit HoursSemester Offered
BIOL 100: Principles of Biology & BIOL 102: Principles of Biology Lab4year-long
COMS 130: Speaker-Audience Communication fall & spring
ENGL 101: Composition3fall (sometimes spring)
ENGL 102: Critical Reading and Writing3spring
HIST 128: History of the United States Through the Civil War3fall
HIST 129: History of the United States After the Civil War3spring
MATH 101: College Algebra3year-long

Which course is right for me?

This is different for every student. It is best to talk with your counselor about what class or classes makes sense for you. It can be helpful to think about your SAT/ACT scores, as some schools offer credit for certain scores. Other things to consider are your future degree plans, looking at transfer credit for the institutions you might go to after graduation, and thinking about the other classes you are taking at the same time. If you plan to attend a Kansas public institution of higher education, use the Transfer Kansas portal to view how courses transfer across the state. If you plan to attend an out-of-state school or a private institution within the state of Kansas, it is your responsibility to contact the individual school to learn more about transfer options.

Important note about BIOL 100/102: BIOL 100/102 will be relevant and will serve as an appropriate general education requirement for most students, including pre-health majors such as pre-nursing, pre-physical therapy, etc. However, pre-med students and/or those wanting to pursue one of the undergraduate biological sciences degrees should, eventually, take the biological sciences major sequence of BIOL 150, 152, and 154, instead. The courses in this sequence are not currently offered as concurrent enrollment courses.